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"Artificial ear from 3D printer looks very real"

By admin - Published on Tuesday, 26 February 2013 20:21

"In a study, published in the journalPLOS ONE, biomedical engineers describe how 3D printing and injectable gels made of living cells can fashion ears that are practically identical to a human ear.

Over a three-month period, these flexible ears grew cartilage to replace the collagen that was used to mold them."

Read more: http://www.futurity.org/top-stories/artificial-ear-from-3d-printer-looks-very-real/
In a study, published in the journalPLOS ONE, biomedical engineers describe how 3D printing and injectable gels made of living cells can fashion ears that are practically identical to a human ear.

Over a three-month period, these flexible ears grew cartilage to replace the collagen that was used to mold them.

Read more: http://www.futurity.org/top-stories/artificial-ear-from-3d-printer-looks-very-real/#sthash.9P1s0TPQ.dpuf

In a study, published in the journalPLOS ONE, biomedical engineers describe how 3D printing and injectable gels made of living cells can fashion ears that are practically identical to a human ear.

Over a three-month period, these flexible ears grew cartilage to replace the collagen that was used to mold them.

- See more at: http://www.futurity.org/top-stories/artificial-ear-from-3d-printer-looks-very-real/#sthash.9P1s0TPQ.dpuf

In a study, published in the journalPLOS ONE, biomedical engineers describe how 3D printing and injectable gels made of living cells can fashion ears that are practically identical to a human ear.

Over a three-month period, these flexible ears grew cartilage to replace the collagen that was used to mold them.

- See more at: http://www.futurity.org/top-stories/artificial-ear-from-3d-printer-looks-very-real/#sthash.9P1s0TPQ.dpuf

In a study, published in the journalPLOS ONE, biomedical engineers describe how 3D printing and injectable gels made of living cells can fashion ears that are practically identical to a human ear.

Over a three-month period, these flexible ears grew cartilage to replace the collagen that was used to mold them.

- See more at: http://www.futurity.org/top-stories/artificial-ear-from-3d-printer-looks-very-real/#sthash.9P1s0TPQ.dpuf

"The faces of precarious work"

By administrator - Published on Tuesday, 26 February 2013 20:13

"From university lecturers to home-care nurses, middle-income earners are struggling to plan ahead. Here are some of their stories.

Household income: $50,000-100,000

Ask Brad Walchuk about his plans for the future, and he sighs. “ ‘The future’ is a tough term. It’s a future no more than eight months down the road.”

He and his wife, Laura Harris, are both university lecturers without permanent, full-time employment. When the academic year or semester ends, their teaching jobs do too."

Read more: http://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2013/02/23/profiles_the_faces_of_precarious_work.html

"Antiretirement Guide"

By Bob Joe - Published on Friday, 15 February 2013 07:38

"Conventional retirement is rapidly going the way of the Oldsmobile and Saturday mail delivery. Hardly anyone working today envisions themselves eking out their final years living on a fixed pension in a sunshine state. Indeed, the coming generation isn’t really planning on retiring at all..."

Read more: http://www.forbes.com/sites/janetnovack/2013/02/13/retire-rich-the-forbes-2013-antiretirement-guide/

"Why a generation of well-educated Canadians has no future"

By John Doe - Published on Friday, 08 February 2013 13:33

"Melanie Cullins is no pipe dreamer. She chose a vocation that, by unanimous opinion, represented a path to steady employment—teaching English as a second language to the thousands of immigrants pouring into B.C., a good many of whom, the experts predicted, would be making their way to Victoria, where she grew up and wished to make a home. That was back in the..."

Read more: http://oncampus.macleans.ca/education/2013/01/16/the-new-underclass/

"What's In a Face?"

By John Doe - Published on Friday, 08 February 2013 13:30

"Sometimes you can judge a book by its cover. Appearance predicts behavior in surprising ways—some of the time. The connection between looks and personality is the ultimate chicken-or-egg question. And it plays out on every face you meet."

Read more: http://www.psychologytoday.com/collections/201301/how-read-people/what-faces-reveal

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